Vaginal Discharge Solution

Vaginal Discharge Solution

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Predisposing Conditions

The factors predisposing for anaerobic bacteremia were found to be similar to predisposing factors for aerobic bacteremia. The frequency of various perinatal factors associated with anaerobic bacteremia in newborns was reported by Chow and associates (3). Prolonged time after premature rupture of membranes and maternal amnionitis were the most commonly associated obstetric factors. The median duration of time after membrane rupture until delivery in the 15 mothers studied by these authors was 57 hours. Seven out of 12 mothers who had evidence of intrapartum amnionitis were noted to have foul-smelling vaginal discharge, suggestive of an anaerobic infection. Other investigators (40-42) had also demonstrated a relationship between premature rupture of fetal membranes and neonatal bacteremia. Prolonged rupture of fetal membranes often is associated with amnionitis, and it is generally accepted that an important pathway for fetal infection is by an ascending route through the membranes...

Characteristics of staff authorised to take responsibility for the supply or administration of medicines under Patient

Clinical condition - The PGD is applicable to any patient (male or female) who has been diagnosed with genital candidiasis. Genital candidiasis is a fungal infection and is commonly caused by the species Candida albicans. In women the sites of infection may include the vulva, vagina and the urethra, and in men the most common sites include the glans, prepuce and urethra. Signs and symptoms are variable. Women may complain of a thick white vaginal discharge, pruritus, soreness, erythema, dysuria and dyspareunia. Fissuring may be apparent on the vulva. Men may present with a visible rash on the glans and they may also complain of pruritus and dysuria. Diagnosis is confirmed either clinically, microscopically (by wet and dry slide) or by culture media. Inclusion criteria - symptomatic patients who have had Candida diagnosed clinically and or microscopically, and symptomatic patients who have had Candida diagnosed on culture. Exclusion criteria - this includes female patients who have...

Details of medical assessment

There has been contact within 7 days of the examination. Swabs for microbiological investigation will be taken if there is a vaginal discharge or if threadworms may be present. Investigations for sexually transmitted diseases are done 2 weeks after the last alleged offence if oral, vaginal, or anal intercourse has taken place.

Benefits Versus Toxicity And Risks Of Therapy

Tamoxifen is a selective estrogen receptor modular (SERM) and so may be antiestrogenic or estrogenic, depending on its interaction with the individual tissue receptor. Its toxicity profile reflects this duality. The most common acute tamoxifen side effects are menopausal symptoms. In the NSABP trial B-14, hot flashes were seen in about two-thirds of patients, about a third had weight gain, fluid retention, and vaginal discharge, and a quarter experienced nausea, and weight loss.35 Irregular menses were seen in a fourth of pre-menopausal women.35 The only significant acute toxicities were rare thromboembolic events deep vein thrombosis in 0.8 percent and pulmonary embolus in 0.4 percent. Mood swings and depression are unusual. Very-high-dose tamoxifen may cause retinal changes, but these are rarely seen with conventional doses. There are reports of cataracts in patients on the drug.66 In a large review of ocular toxicity from the NSABP, there were no cases of vision-threatening eye...

Trichomonas vaginalis

OTHER CAUSES OF VAGINAL DISCHARGE Women with a cervical polyp may present with vaginal discharge, which may be brownish or bloodstained. On examination, polyps may be seen protruding from the cervical os. The woman should be referred to gynaecology for assessment and excision.

Vulvovaginal Candidiasis

Vaginal discharge Gram-staining collection of vaginal discharge from the anterior fornix or lateral vaginal wall and identification of pseudohyphae spores. From 65 per cent to 68 per cent of symptomatic cases can be detected in this manner. Saline microscopy collection of vaginal discharge from the anterior fornix or lateral vaginal wall and identification of pseudohyphae. This gives 40-60 per cent detection.


This condition is observed in patients who present with prolonged use of IUDs, usually for longer than two years. Pelvic actinomycosis may also occur from extension of intestinal infection, commonly from indolent ileocecal disease (2). Manifestations of infection may range from a chronic vaginal discharge to pelvic inflammatory disease with tubo-ovarian abscesses or pseudomalignant masses (see chapter 24). Patients generally present with abnormal vaginal bleeding or discharge, abdominal or pelvic pain, menorrhagia, fever, and weight loss.

Female circumcision

Once the speculum is in place, careful observation should be made of the vagina and cervix. A sample may be taken from the lateral vaginal walls for Candida and bacterial vaginosis using either a cotton-tipped or a loop swab. To ensure a good sample, a scraping action to the actual walls of the vagina is used (as opposed to just collecting vaginal discharge). The sample is then applied thinly to a plain slide, in preparation for Gram stain and microscopy. The same sample may also be used to culture for Candida, for example, using the Saboraud medium. A gentle sweeping action should be used to ensure that the agar remains intact. Using the same type of swab a sample is taken from the posterior fornix (at the top of the vagina, underneath the cervix) for Trichomonas vaginalis. A sweeping motion from side to side is used. Once the sample has been obtained the swab is gently agitated into a few drops of normal (0.9 ) saline on a plain slide and a cover slip is then applied.This 'wet prep'...


Diverticulitis is considered complicated when the disease process is associated with abscess, fistula to and adjacent an organ, stricture, or free perforation into the peritoneal cavity. As with uncomplicated disease, the best initial diagnostic test is a CT scan in any patient suspected of having complicated disease. Depending on the type of complication present, patients may present with symptoms similar to uncomplicated disease, or they may present in distress with signs of an acute abdomen. Patients with stricture formation may have few acute symptoms as the complication generally develops slowly over time. They will however likely describe a history of multiple episodes of acute diverticulitis. If stricture is suspected and the patient lacks acute symptoms, colonoscopy or a contrast study is indicated to further evaluate the diseased segment as well as the more proximal colon. Similarly, patients with fistulas to pelvic organs may have few acute symptoms but are likely to report...


Sealed Diverticular Perforation

Patients who present with stricture or fistula associated with diverticular disease often do not have signs and symptoms of acute inflammation or active diverticulitis. Stricture is usually the result of recurrent episodes of acute inflammation resulting in thickening and fibrosis of the wall of the colon. Most patients present with signs of partial colonic obstruction that can be documented by both CT or water soluble contrast enema. Patients who develop colonic fistulas as a result of diverticular disease can present with a variety of complaints depending on the site of the fistula. Air in the urine (pneumaturia) or stool in the urine (fecaluria) are common complaints of patients who present with a colovesical fistula, and, although these are relatively benign complaints, urosepsis can also develop as a result of chronic contamination of the urinary tract. Female patients may complain of vaginal discharge if a colovaginal fistula is present, and weight loss with chronic diarrhea can...